Have You Ever Had to Deal with an Angry Person and the Encounter Did Not go as Well as You Would Like?

Do You Have the Skills to Manage that Anger?

Are You Able to Manage Your Own Anger?

In our Anger Management eBook You Will Learn:

A Logical, Psychological, Explanation for Anger

Ways to Manage Your Own Anger and to Defend Yourself from Other People’s Anger

To Recognize When You Need to Manage Your Own Anger and How to Do It

An Eight Step Method for Assessing Your Readiness to Intervene in an Angry situation

A Proactive Plan for Dealing with Angry People

Methods of Discriminating the Early Warning Signs so You Can Intervene Before a Person becomes Angry and Loses Control

Five Techniques for Diffusing a Person’s Anger


Did you know that Anger is a chosen behavior?


By using Choice Theory you can develop the skills to manage your anger and the anger of others.
Learning how to manage anger is an important skill to have in the workplace, as well as in your personal life.

It may be difficult to imagine that anger is something you can control. You can control you own anger and you can learn to deescalate the anger of others.

You may be wondering why you should learn how to manage other people’s anger. No one has a right to talk to you that way and you should have the right to hang up the phone or walk away. You do have that right but the question is what does that choice do to the angry person. Often they become even more outraged. Learning these methods will give you the ammunition you need to take the proverbial wind out of the angry person’s sails.

You don’t like having to be the one to take someone angry outbursts, especially when you aren’t the one who caused the problem and you’re not responsible for its solution. I can definitely understand this sentiment. It certainly isn’t right and definitely isn’t fair to have to clean up other people’s messes. However, when you are the one who is confronted with the angry person, wouldn’t it be nice to have a plan already in place to manage that emotion so you don’t have to get the brunt of it?

I know there are some of you reading this letter who are thinking that you have NO desire to manage your own anger. Anger can be a very useful emotion. It can help us meet our needs in a variety of ways. Why would someone want to give up effective behavior? Just because you learn ways to manage your anger, doesn’t mean you have to use them. If you find yourself in a situation where you want to stay angry, then by all means hold on to your anger.

This eBook will only give you alternatives in case you find yourself in a situation where maybe anger isn’t appropriate or useful.

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Here are The Benefits That You Can Expect:

Improved relationships in your personal life and in the workplace

Improved mental health and a reduction of unnecessary stress

Improved self-esteem

Better communication skills

A sense of calm when managing crisis behaviors

Improved self-control

Increased ability to manage the aggressive behaviors of others

Better customer and client relations


Have you ever found yourself angry with people you care about and didn’t seem able to stop yourself? Do people who love you tell you that you have anger management issues? Have you lost some important relationships or created problems for yourself at work because you couldn’t seem to control your angry behavior?

If this describes you, then you need to regain control and stop yourself from hurting others. The first thing to do is to recognize that you are choosing your anger. What? Choosing my anger? Why in the world would I do that? Well, there are several reasons people may choose anger. Let’s see which one best describes you.

Some people use anger to intimidate others and subsequently get what they want. In this way, the angry person is able to control the behavior of others.

Some people use their anger as a way of getting attention. If a person needs attention, it doesn’t always matter whether that attention is positive or negative, as long as someone is noticing him or her.

Anger can also be used as a tactic to avoid responsibility. If a person doesn’t want to do something, anger can be a valid way to get out of it.

Similar to wanting attention, sometimes people are feeling small and insignificant and anger works to pump themselves up or provide courage to do something scary.

And others use it as an emotional release, much the same way a pressure cooker lets off steam. Anger has energy. When someone is experiencing things that are frustrating, he or she may not be dealing with his or her anger. Instead of processing it, cognitively restructuring some belief systems or working out the energy physically, anger can provide a much needed release valve.

Do you recognize yourself in any of those scenarios? When you lose your temper, which one of these reasons best identifies what you are trying to accomplish? Perhaps you have yet another reason. One thing I know for sure is that you always behave in your best attempt to get something you want. Your behavior is never random and it never “just happens" to you. Our Anger Management eBook can help you control your anger and diffuse the anger of others.

I’ve learned three very important things in my work with Managing Anger:


People can think a lot clearer when they are not engaged in angry behavior.
Others generally respond a lot better when a person is calm than when he or she is angry.
When people learn effective diffusing skills, they no longer fear verbally aggressive behavior.



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Kim  OlverIf after reading this letter you still aren’t convinced, you have more questions or simply want some more information, please email kim@TheRelationshipCenter.biz or phone me at 708-957-6047. I will be happy to talk with you.

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Kim Olver

Kim Olver, MS, LCPC, NCC, BCC
Coach, Speaker & Author of Leveraging Diversity at Work
& Secrets of Happy Couples
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